Netflix raises LatAm standard subscription to USD 9.99

Thursday 15 October 2015 | 15:31 CET | News
Netflix has announced a USD 1 increase to the price of its standard plan in all Latin American countries apart from Brazil, where the prices were changed in June. The new fare of USD 9.99 per month will apply to all new users while current customers will be given a one-year "grace period" before they are moved to the new price. The price hike only affects the standard plan, which allows users to watch two streams at once in HD. However, the price increase affects all three Netflix packages in Mexico, where the company uses local currency. Basic increased from MXN 89 to MXN 99 per month,

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Netflix
Countries: Latin America / Mexico
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